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Casio Physium Application User Manual

For fx-9860g series; graph 85 series
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For fx-9860G Series/GRAPH 85 Series
Physium
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User's Guide
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  • Page 1 For fx-9860G Series/GRAPH 85 Series Physium Application User’s Guide http://edu.casio.com...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Physium Overview Starting Up Physium Periodic Table Fundamental Physical Constants Calling Physium Functions from an eActivity Precautions 20051201...
  • Page 3: Physium Overview

    Physium Overview 1 Physium Overview • The Physium application provides you with the following capabilities. Periodic Table of Elements • The application can be used to display periodic table of elements. • Table shows element atomic number, atomic symbol, atomic weight, etc. •...
  • Page 4: Starting Up Physium

    Starting Up Physium 2 Starting Up Physium 1. From the Main Menu, enter the PHYSIUM mode. PHYSIUM mode 2. This displays an initial screen like the one shown below. Cursor 3. Use f and c to move the highlighting and select the type of information you want (Periodic Table or Fundamental Physical Constants).
  • Page 5: Periodic Table

    Periodic Table 3 Periodic Table k k k k k Periodic Table Screen Period Number Group Number Cursor • Group numbers run along top of the screen, while period numbers run down the left. • Lanthanoids are indicated as L`, while actinoids are indicated as A`. Uup are indicated as ``.
  • Page 6 Periodic Table u u u u u Lanthanoids Screen and Actinoids Screen Cursor • Pressing 6(DETAIL) (or w) while L` or A` is selected on the periodic table screen will display the transition element screen. • Use f, c, d, and e to move the cursor around the screen. 6(DETAIL) (or w) ..
  • Page 7 Periodic Table 1(SERIES) 1(METAL) ....Highlights the cells of elements whose metallicity makes them metals. 2(TRANS) ....Highlights the cells of elements whose metallicity makes them transition elements. 3(A-MET) ....Highlights the cells of elements that are in the Alkali Metals category. 4(A-EAR) ....
  • Page 8 Periodic Table u u u u u Mini Table Details Dialog Box • The mini table details dialog box is the same as the details dialog box described under “Details Dialog Box” on page 3-1. • The mini table details dialog box shows details for the element where the cursor is currently located on the mini table.
  • Page 9 Periodic Table 2. Enter up to nine characters for the atomic symbol you want to search for. • The screen will change to show all elements whose atomic symbols start with the character(s) you input. 3. Use f and c to select the atomic symbol you want. 4.
  • Page 10 Periodic Table u u u u u Atomic Weight Search 1. On the mini table screen, press 5(SRC) and then 4(WEIGH). • This will display an atomic weight search dialog box. 2. Enter a value up nine digits long (including numbers and decimal point) for the atomic weight you want to search for.
  • Page 11: Fundamental Physical Constants

    Fundamental Physical Constants 4 Fundamental Physical Constants k k k k k Category Selection Screen b(Universal) ....Displays a list of universal physical constants. c(Electromagnetic) ..Displays a list of electromagnetic physical constants. d(Atomic & nuclear) ..Displays a list of atomic and nuclear physical constants. e(Physico-chemical) ..
  • Page 12 Fundamental Physical Constants Category Quantity Value Atomic & nuclear : fine-structure constant 7.29735256E–3 R : Rydberg constant 10973731.57 : Bohr radius 5.2917721E–11 : electron mass 9.1093826E–31 : electron magnetic moment –9.284764E–24 m : muon mass 1.8835314E–28 : muon magnetic moment –4.490447E–26 m : tau mass 3.16777E–27...
  • Page 13 Fundamental Physical Constants k k k k k Constant List Screen • The constant list screen shows each constant in the format: Symbol = Value. • Use f and c to move the highlighting to the constant you want to select. 1(EDIT) ......
  • Page 14 Fundamental Physical Constants k k k k k Editing a Constant 1. Select the constant you want to edit, and then press 1(EDIT). • This enters the editing mode. 2. Edit the constant as desired. 3. Press w. • This saves the edited version of the constant. •...
  • Page 15 Fundamental Physical Constants k k k k k Details Dialog Box • Selecting a constant and pressing 3(DETAIL) or w will display a dialog box with details about the selected constant. • The details dialog box shows the constant name, symbol, and unit. Name Symbol Unit...
  • Page 16: Calling Physium Functions From An Eactivity

    Calling Physium Functions from an eActivity 5 Calling Physium Functions from an eActivity You can call Physium functions from an eActivity by including a “Physium strip” in the eActivity file. This section explains how to insert a Physium strip into an eActivity file, and how to use inserted a Physium strip.
  • Page 17 Calling Physium Functions from an eActivity 4. Press w. • The strip is inserted above the line or the strip where the cursor is currently located. 5. Enter up to 16 characters for the strip title. 6. Press w to assign the title to the strip. •...
  • Page 18 Calling Physium Functions from an eActivity 2. Press w. • This launches the Physium and displays the initial screen. 3. Perform the procedure under “Starting Up Physium” (page 2-1) from step 3. 4. To return to the eActivity workspace screen, press !a( Physium Strip Memory Capacity Precautions u u u u u •...
  • Page 19: Precautions

    Precautions 6 Precautions • You can save screen captures of Physium screens and dialog box. For details, see “1-8 Using Screen Capture” in the manual that comes with the calculator. • Note that the Catalog Function described in the manual that comes with the calculator is not supported by Physium.
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